1874-1880 Herald of the Morning (assorted issues). Contains scans of several issues of Herald of the Morning magazine, edited by Nelson H. Barbour and co-edited by Charles Taze Russell for about two and a half years. In the summer of 1876, Russell accepted Barbour's understanding of biblical chronology, believing that Christ had returned invisibly in 1874. Russell and Barbour broke fellowship in 1879 and Russell went on to start Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence in 1879. Russell retained the basics of Barbour's chronology until his death. In 1880, however, Barbour rejected the idea that Christ had returned invisibly in 1874, opting for a future return of Christ. The magazine started by Russell is now called The Watchtower and is now circulated by Jehovah's Witnesses. PDF format includes an additional issue for 1874 and text files in addition to scanned issues.